New Mexico Department of Transportation
$16.15 – $24.23 Hourly
$33,592 – $50,388 Annually
This position is a Pay Band 45
Interviews are anticipated to be conducted within two (2) weeks of closing date.
Why does the job exist?
Position will maintain US and New Mexico highways.
How does it get done?
Through ensuring safe and efficient operation of medium to heavy equipment.
Who are the customers?
Some experience repairing fencing and road maintenance.
Eighth grade education. Must possess a New Mexico Driver’s License, and must acquire a New Mexico Class B CDL within 6 months of hire. Substitutions Apply. See Substitution Table below.
Must possess a New Mexico Drivers License and must acquire a New Mexico Class B CDL within 6 months of hire. Post-offer Physical and Pre-Employment Drug Test are required for safety sensitive classifications.
Successful completion of pre-employment physical and drug test. Must be able to obtain and maintain a New Mexico Class B CDL within 6 months of hire.
State of New Mexico employees may be impacted by the Public Health Order dated December 19, 2022, which requires facilities licensed or certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”), including all hospital types, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, hospice facilities and rehabilitation facilities, as well as assisted living facilities and adult day care settings, to adhere to all COVID-related requirements prescribed by CMS, including, but not limited to masking and staff vaccination.
Work is performed primarily in the field in varying weather conditions – hot or cold, humidity, wind, rain and snow; exposure to sunlight, dust, pollen, chemicals, rough/rugged terrain, insects and reptiles, noxious plants and infected trash; exposure to moving mechanical parts, high precarious places, toxic fumes/chemicals and/or airborne particles, hazardous chemicals and/or asphalt and petroleum products; exposure to temperatures up to 150 degrees around oil distributor operations; high speed/high volume traffic and loud noises; subject to falls and bruises, considerable physical strain; standing for extended periods of time doing traffic control or walking long distances for litter control; hand dexterity required for some duties; numerous specific vision abilities to include: close, distance, color and peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus; some climbing, reaching, kneeling and crawling to perform job duties; ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Work may also be performed in an office setting with exposure to visual/Video Display Terminal (VDT) and extensive personal computer and telephone usage to include working with faxes, copiers and printers. May be required to work irregular hours and is subject to call out for weather, accidents and/or emergencies on short notice; willingness to accept change of geographical assignments; interaction with the public.
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Agency Contact Information: Sabrina McAlister 575-626-6979
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